Our letter writing focus today on this Good Friday 2019 includes an article over at Linn’s Stamp News on Notre Dame Cathedral Stamps, the LAMY Safari Pastel Fountain Pens at Pen Chalet, and a look back listing of my previous posts written on each Good Friday since 2015.
Linn’s Stamp News Article on Notre Dame Cathedral Stamps
Over at Linn’s Stamp News, today is an article on the many stamps there have been for France’s love for Notre Dame Cathedral.
“The image of Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral on fire was seen on television screens and computer screens around the world on April 15. While its spire collapsed, much of its facade still stands and French President Emmanuel Macron has promised to rebuild.
The more than 850-year-old cathedral has been pictured many times on the stamps of France. Figure 1 shows one of the most beautiful, the 10-franc+6-franc semipostal issued in 1947 (Scott B217)…”
You’ll want to read the entire article. There are six different stamps the article covers and is well written.
Lamy Safari Pastel Fountain Pens at Pen Chalet
Arriving in my email inbox today includes the Pen Chalet Newsletter featuring Easter’s Sweetest Selection of Pens. They are having an Easter Sale.
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“Just in time for Easter, 3 great new pastel colors for the Lamy Safari. Choose from fountain, rollerball or ballpoint pens. Buy one today!
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Previous AnchoredScraps Good Friday Posts
Even with this being my fifth year to be writing a blog post on Good Friday, my favorite one continues to be “The Old Rugged Cross”, April 03, 2015.
Join me tomorrow for my Saturday blog post continuing with the Easter theme.
Attribution & Thank you to the following I’m referencing today
Linn’s Stamp News, Stamps show France’s love for Notre Dame Cathedral, Apr 19, 2019, 8 AM, By Denise McCarty
Pen Chalet, excerpt